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SIO urged YSK Sheshu Kumar, Chairman, CBSE to scrap the dress code diktat

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SIO delegation led by National Secretary, Thouseef Madikeri submitted a detailed memorandum and 20 page document on CBSE dress code prepared by Mr. Abdussalam Puthige (Renowned Scholar & the Chief Editor of Vartha Bharathi) to Sri YSK Sheshu Kumar (Chairman, CBSE). Mr. Nazeerul Hasan Falahi (National Secretary, SIO) was also present. Dear Sir, While the dismal situation of the status of the Indian Muslim Community in terms of education is alarmingly bad, the plight of Muslim women in this arena is much worse. Obviously it is the collective responsibility of the Muslim Community in the first place to take every …

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An Insight into proposed New Education Policy

An Insight into proposed New Education Policy

 

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SIO of India Demands to withdraw Sedition Charges against JNU Students & Investigate Rohith Vemula suicide on fast track

SIO of India Demands to withdraw Sedition Charges against JNU Students & Investigate Rohith Vemula suicide on fast track

Misuse of power by police and administration has once again raised several questions on these agencies. Are they acting as a potential tool for political agendas rather than maintaining law and order? Are they empowering some miscreants and fascist elements to behave volatile and lynch innocent by mob? The five Dalit students that got suspended from HCU to recent so-called sedition-row in JNU, there is a clear mishandling of power by police & administration. Media too started publicizing fake videos; profiling students as anti-national and link them with other terrorist organizations which is completely an act of uncivilized nature. We …

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RTE Act Implementation in Maharashtra – Shiksha Adalat

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RTE Act Implementation in Maharashtra Dr M A Baseer (dr.baseer.nanded@gmail.com)   Section IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES Sec 3(2) No child shall be liable to pay any kind of fee or charges or expenses which may prevent him from pursuing or completing elementary education 3(3) [(3) A child with disability referred to in sub-clause (A) of clause (ee) of section 2 shall, without prejudice to the provisions of the Persons with Disabilities have the same rights to pursue free and compulsory elementary education. Mah State G R dated April 18, 2013; District level flying squad for monitoring RTE Implementation ·        Students have to …

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SIO of India Strongly criticizes the over involvement of police and ministers at JNUSU

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SIO of India Strongly criticizes the over involvement of police and ministers at JNUSU, the issue was projected in completely wrong manner and the university administration was not given a fair chance to investigate and neutralised the event, instead of it very near to upcoming parliamentary session the issue was projected as anti national. SIO of india feels that it is an uncivilized and immoral to call any Citizen as anti national without giving a fair trail and investigations. SIO demand for immediate release of JNUSU President & Call to address the issue with all due judicial process, where any …

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Shiksha Adalat – Social Auditing of RTE

Shiksha Adalat

Objective To review the implementation of RTE in its entirety. To ensure the rights of the child as guaranteed under the RTE act. To develop a dialogue between the community and the education administration especially at the lower levels – school, panchayat, block and district

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SIO submits a Memorandum to Union Minister of Law & Justice Demanding to defend the Minority Status of AMU

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SIO delegation led by the National Secretary, Thouseef Madikeri submitted a memorandum and a book on AMU’s Minority Status to Shri. Sadananda Gowda, Union Minister of Law & Justice & demanded him to defend the minority status of AMU. The submissions made by the AG of India before the Hon’ble Supreme court on the   minority character of AMU doesn’t only neglect the fundamental rights of minorities guaranteed under the constitution but also reflects the shaky commitment of the current dispensation towards the diversity of the Nation. The change of central government’s stance on the Minority character of AMU amounts to …

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SIO organized a Protest Press Conference against the attack on Minority Institutions at Press Club of India, “SAVE AMU SAVE JMI”

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A group of Muslim organizations Friday accused the NDA government of raking up the issue of status of Aligarh Muslim University and Jamia Millia Islamia for “gains” in the upcoming Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls and sought immediate reversal of the Centre’s stand that they are not minority institutions during a briefing organised by Students Islamic Organisation (SIO) at Press Club of India, Delhi. Br. Iqbal Hussain, President, SIO of India asked why political parties, otherwise vocal on issues of minorities, are silent at a time when the tag of the two prestigious institutions is “being played with”. He added, the …

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New Education Policy Unveiled at Delhi

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‪#‎NewEducationPolicy‬ Analytical Report and Recommendations on New Education Policy was released in the Press Club of India, New Delhi. Prof. Poonam Batra, University of Delhi unveiled the report. Br. Iqbal Hussain, National President, SIO of India, Br. Alif Shukoor, GS, SIO of India, Layeeq Ahmed Khan, Abdul Wodud and Thouseef Madikeri were present. Education has always been important and it is crucial for the entire development process of a country, its welfare and progress. Progress is a continuous, never ending process. An advance in a particular field of activity leads to the opening of another door to proceed steadily for …

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Nation Diverted by Rising Intolerance, Government must peep into its policies

Nation Diverted by Rising Intolerance, Government must peep into its policies.

New Delhi: Growing intolerance is a danger sign for future India, where government had adopted the policy of Development on one side and on other, it supports growing intolerance by maintaining silence on the violent acts and justifying it as an accidents’. Whether it is Throwing of ink on Surendra Kulkarni in Mumbai and on J&K MLA Rashid in Delhi or Killing of Professor M M Kalburgi, Akhlak in Dadri and Burning of two daughters in Faridabad is rejected as not the matters of state, clearly signifies that today’s government is not much serious about the rising polarization, and are …

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